Amid speculation about possible arrest of BJP MLA Nitesh Rane in an attempt to murder case, his father and Union Minister Narayan Rane on Tuesday claimed that his son was being falsely implicated in the case and that the MVA government in Maharashtra was misusing its power. Still working. Addressing a press conference in Maharashtra’s Sindhudurg district, Narayan Rane said that this was being done ahead of the Sindhudurg District Co-operative Bank elections. The Union minister alleged that the victory in the cooperative bank elections would help hide the past irregularities committed by the leaders of the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA- comprising Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress).
He questioned why top police officials, including the Director General of Police, were camping in the district. “Nitesh is being falsely implicated in a case. (IPC) Section 307 (attempt to murder) has been invoked in the case where the complainant suffered injuries. Nitesh was not there at the time of the incident,” he told reporters. In Sindhudurg District Co-operative Bank Elections. The state government is misusing its power, he claimed. Nitesh Rane, representing Kankavali assembly seat in Sindhudurg district of Konkan region, had filed an anticipatory bail plea seeking relief in the attempt to murder case. Any coercive action against him The complaint pertains to the alleged assault on a person, Santosh Parab (44).
Notably, Shiv Sena leaders had recently demanded that MLA Nitesh Rane be suspended for his alleged inappropriate behavior towards state environment minister Aaditya Thackeray. Raising the issue in the state assembly on Monday, Shiv Sena MLA Suhas Kande had alleged that last week Nitesh Rane, while sitting in the Vidhan Bhawan complex, made ‘meow’ sounds while looking at Thackeray as he was going inside the building. . ,
When asked about Nitesh Rane’s behaviour, Narayan Rane said that his son did nothing in the House. The Union minister claimed that he did a great job as an MLA in the House, which angered the MVA government. He said that we are not the ones who are afraid of such acts. Narayan Rane left Shiv Sena in 2005. The Konkan region has seen intense rivalry for quite some time between him and Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray (who is also the current Shiv Sena president).